Posted On: 02/21/21 9:33 AM

Yesterday morning a rescheduled matchup between Mt. Carmel and Loyola took place for an 11 a.m. tip. It was a closely contested game throughout, but Mt. Carmel made their runs late when needed on a way to a 68-59 win. Here are five takeaways from the contest.

Kevin KaluKevinKalu6'8" | CMt. Carmel | 2021StateMD dominates

I saw steady progression from Kalu over the summer and fall league sessions, but yesterday the 6-foot-8 forward was dominant in just about every fashion as he led the Cougars with a game-high 18 points. There weren’t rebounding statistics available, but I had Kalu down for 13 rebounds and 4 blocks as well. Six of his 18 points came from dunks and each of them sent a message to the opponent. His first dunk came off a drop step operating on the right block. He took a power dribble to the middle, jumped off both feet and flushed the ball with two hands right over his defender. The second dunk came via dump off pass from 2022 guard Toby Nnadozie when Kalu was hanging in the dunker’s spot to the left of the rim. He caught the no-look pass and raised up over two defenders for

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